Code42 Data Security Experts to Speak at Secure360 Twin Cities
Minneapolis — May 10, 2019
Code42, the leader in next-generation data loss protection, announced that the company's security experts will present at the Secure360 Twin Cities event. The team will share new strategies for improving security programs while using cloud technologies, minimizing detection and response times from insider threats, and advancing security awareness programs, among other topics.
Secure360 Twin Cities: This professional conference for comprehensive security and risk management education takes place May 14-15 at the Mystic Lake Center in Prior Lake, Minn. Code42 is serving as a gold sponsor for the event where it will deliver four education sessions.
- May 14, 1:15 p.m. Abhik Mitra, senior product marketing manager, will deliver a session called, "Time is Up: Rethink DLP." Session attendees will learn about the pitfalls of legacy data loss prevention (DLP) and how next-gen DLP solutions can minimize detection and response times for insider threat and data leakage incidents.
- May 14, 4 p.m. Chrysa Freeman, information security program manager, will co-present a session entitled, "Security awareness ambassadors: It takes a village." Attendees will leave this session with takeaways around how to build and advance a cybersecurity awareness ambassador program that fosters productive partnerships, drives accountability into business teams and improves outcomes.
- May 15, 10 a.m. Loren Sadlack, information security analyst, will lead the break-out session, "Business continuity and disaster recovery in a SaaS world: How to provide value to your organization." Attendees will learn best practices for implementing business continuity programs that both deliver value and make SaaS organizations more resilient.
- May 15, 2:45 p.m. During the session, "DON'T PANIC! InfoSec in the era of cloud computing," Peter Lukas, manager of security architecture, will share insights about how businesses can adapt their security programs as they shift to cloud technologies.